Throw or fold?

NZ House & Garden - - SPECIAL FEATURE / BEDDING -

Should you fold it neatly or throw it ca­su­ally? It de­pends on the look you’re go­ing for and your style per­son­al­ity, says Bronte Chad­wick of Bak­sana. “We love the thrown look on the end of the bed, like a soft re­lax­ing in­vi­ta­tion.” To get the ca­sual look, Alex Walls of A&C Home­store sug­gests un­fold­ing the throw and with one hand, pinch­ing the mid­dle. With your other hand hold one cor­ner that has the hem, tas­sels or trims you want ex­posed. Then with one swoop, throw it on the bed. See how it’s done at nz­house­andgar­den.co.nz.

THIS PAGE Orig­i­nals loveseat by Er­col $1795 from Good Form, good­form.co.nz; draped cash­mere blan­ket on top (hand-loomed in Nepal) $350 from Travel Store, trav­el­store.co.nz; Gomez throw in Rose Smoke $99 from Free­dom, free­dom­fur­ni­ture.co.nz; Banu linen/cot­ton throw in Taupe/White $115 from Mul­beri, mul­beri.co.nz; Bronte throw in Putty $169.90 from MM Linen, mm­li­nen.com; Indira linen/cot­ton throw in Evening Pink $195.50 from Mul­beri; All Day Tray in Blush $129 from Thread De­sign, thread­de­sign.co.nz; Hanna ta­ble lamp in Muted Clay $44.95 from Free­dom; back­ground fab­ric drop James Malone Boho Chic POA from The Tex­tile Com­pany, tex­tile­com­pany.co.nz; back­ground colour Re­sene ‘Blanched Pink’.

Stonewashed 100 per cent cot­ton Divine blan­kets $225 each from Bak­sana, bak­sana.co.nz.

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